Libya

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Bloomberg Business

Qaddafi Regime's Legacy Fuels Bloody Conflicts in West Africa

Foreign affairs
Bloomberg Business

Kim Jong Un and John Bolton Learned Very Different Lessons From Libya

Foreign affairs
Quartz

There’s an opioid abuse problem unfolding in African cities and it’s not getting the attention it needs

Health
Bloomberg Business

Qaddafi's Long Gone, but Libya's Oil Still Struggles

Manufacturing Foreign affairs
Bloomberg Business

Libya Restarts Wintershall's Oil Fields to Boost National Output

Manufacturing Foreign affairs
Bloomberg Business

Libyans Ditch Dollars as Oil Recovery Offers Economic Relief

Foreign affairs Stock markets
Bloomberg Business

As Chaos and Despair Grow in Libya, Qaddafi Son Plans Comeback

Foreign affairs
Bloomberg Business

Oil Trades Near Two-Year High After Libya Pipeline Explosion

Manufacturing Earnings
Bloomberg Business

Libya Oil Output Said to Drop With Pipe Work Lasting a Week

Manufacturing
Bloomberg Business

Oil Trades Near Highest Since Mid-2015 on Libya Pipeline Blast

Manufacturing Earnings
Bloomberg Business

Europe Is Not Ready for the Next Migration Surge

Global Foreign affairs
Bloomberg Business

OPEC’s Surprise Oil Deal With Libya Doesn't Mean Much for Markets

Foreign affairs Manufacturing
Quartz

Europe’s paranoia about African migrants enabled the Libyan slave market

Foreign affairs
Bloomberg Business

OPEC's Endless Hot-and-Cold Shower

Manufacturing
Quartz

Europe’s outrage over the African migrant slave trade in Libya is hypocritical

Foreign affairs Global
Quartz

African migrants are being sold as slaves in open markets in Libya

Foreign affairs
Quartz

Don’t fixate on whether Africa’s economies are rising or not, let’s focus on helping people thrive

Technology Global Stock markets
Quartz

Uganda’s doctors and nurses are seeking greener pastures—in war-torn Libya

Global Health Employment
Quartz

Facebook is refusing to take down a video of African migrants being tortured—with good reason

Foreign affairs
ArabNet عرب نت

Tripoli Game Jam: Coding Social Games

Foreign affairs